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Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis calls at Endress+Hauser’s stand

The highest-ranking politician of India’s federal state of Maharashtra was impressed by modern measurement and automation engineering

Gaining a good impression of the latest developments in measurement and process technology, Devendra Fadnavis spent almost three quarters of an hour at Endress+Hauser’s stand on the opening day of the 2015 Hannover Messe. Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group, guided the Chief Minister of India’s federal state of Maharashtra through the spacious exhibition stand, explaining various instruments and applications.

Exhibiting on a 425 square meter area at the world’s biggest industry trade fair, Endress+Hauser is presenting its full product range in process automation. India is the guest country at this year’s Hannover trade fair. Devendra Fadnavis heads a delegation from India’s state of Maharashtra which also includes Minister of Industry Subhash Desai and other high-ranking government officials.

Maharashtra, with its capital Mumbai, is one of the most important industrial centers of the Indian subcontinent. Endress+Hauser supports customers worldwide in managing industrial processes safely, reliably, eco-friendly and efficiently. Since the 1970s, the specialist for measurement engineering and automation solutions has operated successfully in India.

Today, the sales center headquartered in Mumbai employs around 180 people, with as many again working at Endress+Hauser’s production facilities in Aurangabad, around 300 kilometers from Mumbai.

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